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Chapter 2, "From Fault to Figure," further explores the perils of English vernacularism, focusing in particular on Nicholas Udall's Ralph Roister Doister, a play originally composed in the early 1550s for Udall's grammar school students.
Vernacularism was not enough: French had the specific appropriate range of historical associations.
The volume seems to have been a preview of the demotion of vernacularism in the Vernacular Architecture Forum.